Linda Hudson

LLM Commercial and Corporate Law
Call: 2009

Linda Hudson

Linda Hudson is developing a broad litigation practice in the areas of commercial, chancery, employment and regulatory work. She has acquired experience in a range of courts and tribunals, including county courts, employment tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the Court of Appeal (where she successfully obtained permission to appeal).

Linda is an accredited mediator and she is qualified to undertake public access and litigation work.

Linda has experience of the Chinese legal system. Prior to commencing pupillage, Linda spent two months working for the Jurisino Law Group in Fuxingmen, Beijing, where she assisted senior lawyers on a range of commercial law matters. Malins Chambers is affiliated with Beijing Lutong United Law Firm.

Linda speaks fluent French, conversational Spanish and some Mandarin.

Recent Practice:

Commercial and chancery work:

Linda has experience of bankruptcy and winding up matters.

Linda sought permission to appeal in the Court of Appeal in Brett v Howe Baker et al (A2/2013/1139).

Employment Law:

Linda has experience of acting in unfair and redundancy dismissals, whistle blowing and discrimination claims.

Linda represented the successful Respondent in the EAT in Westminster Drug Project v Caroline O’Sullivan (UKEATPA/0221/13/BA)

Property/Landlord & Tenant:

Linda’s experience of property work includes tenant disputes, possession of residential properties and resisting applications to stay possession.

Regulatory work:

Linda has experience of representing nurses before NMC disciplinary panels, in relation to fitness to practise matters.


2012- LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law- Queen Mary University of London
2009 – Bar Vocational Course – Inns of Court School of Law, London
2007 – Graduate Diploma in Law, BPP Law School, London
2003 – B.A. (Hons.) University of the West Indies – History and French


Shirley Field- Ridley Award
Carlton Stephens Award
Mutual Life Scholarship


Lincoln’s Inn
Free Representation Unit
Franco-British Lawyers Society
Employment Lawyers Association
International Bar Association

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